Council  Considered  New Rules at March 2 Meeting

Edward D. Sloan, Jr., and the South Carolina Public Interest Foundation petitioned the Court of Common Pleas in Greenville Friday, February 26, to prohibit Greenville County from “disbursement of funds from the Council District Expense Fund.”

The complaint for declaratory judgment and injunctive relief was filed just two working days prior to the Council’s scheduled meeting to receive advice from legal council regarding rule changes necessary to comply with the Feb. 8 ruling by Judge John C. Few that the “Council District Expense Fund portion of the 2006-2007 budget for Greenville County is declared to be an impermissible delegation of legislative authority, and thus to be illegal.”

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Rep. Gresham Barrett, state Sen. David Thomas and attorney Allen Wilson spoke to the Upstate Republican Women at their monthly meeting, Feb. 15, at the Poinsett Club. Suzette Jordan is president.

Bill Connor, a candidate for lieutenant governor, visited the club to meet members and guests. For more information, visit Connor’s web site at www.voteconnor.com.

Gresham Barrett, candidate for governor Rep. Barrett, a candidate for governor, said the June primary is not going to be a popularity contest, but it is going to be about who has a definitive plan for South Carolina.

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SCAT-Awards---Don-WeaverThe South Carolina Association of Taxpayers (SCAT), “The voice of the taxpayer in South Carolina,” held its 14th Annual Legislative Luncheon at the Capital City Club in Columbia Wednesday, February 17th.

Several candidates for Governor, Lieutenant Governor, Attorney General and members of the legislature were present and spoke briefly during the annual event.

SCAT President Don Weaver introduced leaders of citizen taxpayer groups from across the Palmetto State attending the Luncheon.

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Several years ago Russ Cassell of WORD/WYRD radio directed my attention to chemtrails.  Then, around two years ago, I inadvertently began what was to become a research project about the history of the Bavarian Illuminati, as represented in Canadian Navy Commander William Guy Carr’s 1954 and 1958 book, Pawns in the Game.  With regard to the New World Order, as announced by

the erection of the Georgia Guidestones in March 1980, chemtrails have been noted since 1997 over many parts of the world.  “Sustainable development” is the key phrase, from the Greenville County Council’s apparent efforts to implement the UN Agenda 21 to the far-fetched idea of worldwide “population reduction.”  The latter is where chemtrails and HAARP may come into play.

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After more than 15 years of trying to warn Americans about the dangers of Sustainable Development, finally, many in the freedom movement are beginning to understand that it is the root of most of the issues we are fighting today. But it is a vast, complicated issue that is difficult to comprehend - even for those of us who have been studying it for so long. It is critical that all freedom-loving Americans grasp the true destructive force of evil that is Sustainable Development.

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Transcript Shows MSNBC Confused GOP - Tea Party Agreement

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For the third time in two weeks, a public meeting was held to clarify misinformation regarding the cooperative agreement between the Greenville County Republican Party and the Upcountry Conservative Coalition that includes several Tea Party groups and others, some of whom show open hostility toward the Republican Party.

A news conference was called for 11 a.m. Friday, February 12 at Tommy’s Ham House in Greenville and announced by Roan A. Garcia-Quintana, Executive Director of “Americans Have Had Enough,” and a member of the Upcountry Conservative Coalition.

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Full Council Must Hold Public Vote on Future Expenditures for Individual District Infrastructure Purposes

On February 8, 2010, Circuit Judge John C. Few signed a court order ruling that the Greenville County “Council District Expense Fund” violates the prohibition against delegating legislative authority in South Carolina Law, and that the “Council District Expense Fund” portion of the 2006-2007 budget for Greenville County is declared to be illegal.”

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